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Sharing the latest Assistive Technology news, tips, products, accessibility information and success stories with you. If you would like to contribute an article or share an upcoming event or activity, please use this link to Contact Us and  review the “Guidelines for Articles” post.

 

303, 2020

Guidelines for Article Submissions

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Want to share your articles, information and/or upcoming event? We would love to hear from you & include your contributions in the next CTTAP News e-newsletter and on our blog! Article Submission Guidelines are: One feature article of 1,200-2,000 words Several [...]

2709, 2021

Communicating the SAME Message

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By Linsey Zanchetti, SCSU Student My name is Linsey Zanchetti and I am a graduate level student completing my 6th year certification in Assistive Technology at Southern Connecticut State University. This summer, I am completing an independent study with the [...]

2709, 2021

Interview between Ann Bedard, M.S., CCC-SLP and Kevin Williams, Prentke AAC Distinguished Lecture at ATIA 2021

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How were you chosen to give the Edwin and Esther Prentke Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Distinguished Lecture at ATIA? I was nominated by Celeste Helling, a Charlotte based SLP who works at the North Carolina Assistive Technology Program (NCATP). [...]

2805, 2021

The Connect to Tech Project Kicks Off!

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By Nicole Natale, MS, CCC-SLP, ATP, Senior Education Specialist, CREC Resource Group The CT Tech Act Project was awarded a grant as part of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation National Paralysis Resource Center 2020 High Impact Innovative Assistive Technology [...]

2805, 2021

Getting Creative with AT Smart Technology for Virtual Demonstrations

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By Joanne Lambert, M.S. CCC/SLP, EASTCONN There is so much technology available today to support users who have physical disabilities. For some, either being able to see the numbers on a thermostat or having the motor dexterity to manipulate the [...]

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